Dmanisi skulls - Wikipedia

Skull 1 (D2280) was discovered at Dmanisi in 1999, during the same field season in which Skull 2 (D2282) was discovered. Skull 1, Skull 2, and the mandible for Skull 5 (D2600) were all found within the same 2m 2 block on the site. Morphology. Skull 1 (D2280) is well preserved hominin calvaria.Class: Mammalia…

Bucranium - Wikipedia

Bucranium (plural bucrania; Latin, from Greek βουκράνιον, referring to the skull of an ox) was a form of carved decoration commonly used in Classical architecture.The name is generally considered to originate with the practice of displaying garlanded, sacrificial oxen, whose heads were displayed on the walls of temples, a practice dating back to the sophisticated Neolithic site of ...…

Investigations ← Forensic Architecture

Forensic Architecture (FA) is a research agency, based at Goldsmiths, University of London. We undertake advanced spatial and media investigations into cases of human rights violations, with and on behalf of communities affected by political violence, human rights organisations, international prosecutors, environmental justice groups, and media organisations.…